GESY is the General Healthcare System which has been operational in Cyprus since 2020.

GESY is a publicly funded healthcare system that provides comprehensive healthcare to residents of Cyprus. The scheme is paid for via a tax levy applied to all citizens and provides free or low-cost healthcare at the point of use. Residents are registered with a General Practitioner who is responsible for providing personal general healthcare and access to specialist services when needed.

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Joint statement on the Withdrawal Agreement

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Attendance Allowance for UK pensioners in Cyprus

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Online appointments for immigration……………………

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